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Fall River, Massachusetts Treatment Centers

Seven Hills Behavioral Health Inc 1402 Pleasant Street
Fall River, MA 02723
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Habit OPCO 22 Front Street
Fall River, MA 02721
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Steppingstone Inc Transition House 542 North Main Street
Fall River, MA 02720
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Steppingstone Inc Therapeutic Community 522 North Main Street
Fall River, MA 02720
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Steppingstone Inc Mens Program 466 North Main Street
Fall River, MA 02720
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Stanley Street Treatment and Resources STIT 386 Stanley Street
Fall River, MA 02720
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Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in adults

Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, largely affects the small children. In a global survey, it was found that the ADHD affects approximately 3 percent to 5 percent of all children. ADHD can be kept under control by proper treatment but only a few are aware that children suffering with ADHD are likely to carry the disorder….

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Frightening rise in binge drinking among California teens

binge drinking problems

Debbie Allen felt sick when she heard about the death of 15-year-old Sarah Botill after a night of drinking Dec. 5 at a weekend sleepover in Gilroy. Her daughter, Shelby Lyn, died under eerily similar circumstances Dec. 19 last year in Redding. Like Sarah, Shelby Lyn Allen, 17, was drinking with two friends late at….

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Using Stem Cells to Study Alcohol Dependence

Dependence on alcohol

An estimated 14 million Americans – one in eight – are addicted to alcohol or will develop an alcohol use disorder. Yet despite the very high personal and economic costs, the vast majority of individuals with an alcohol use disorder never receive treatment. Researchers at the UConn Health Center are trying to do something about….

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